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Introduction

  • Yung-ch’un Ts’ai
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Part of the China Academic Library book series (CHINALIBR)

Abstract

The period of Sung (960–1278 A.D.) has been called the golden age of Chinese Philosophy. It was a time when the nation suffered from the military invasions of her northern neighbours. But at the same time her arts and learning, especially philosophy, soared to a height rarely seen in Chinese history. Indeed, as Prof. Ch’en Yin-k’o has put it, the birth of Sung Neo-Confucianism was the one event for which 1200 years of the history of Chinese thought had been a preparation.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FujianChina

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